If you have suffered an accident that was not your fault then you may well be interested in making a claim for slips, trips and falls in Derby particularly where you have suffered an injury.
Injuries from accidents are always traumatic, and injuries from accidents that were not your fault are particularly so. You may have been strolling along minding your own business and you tripped over debris that had been left on the pavement by the water or gas company. Perhaps you’ve slipped on ice because the ground has not been treated. Maybe you were walking through a department store and tripped on clothing that had been left on the floor. Perhaps you fell when an escalator suddenly stopped in a shopping centre.
Regardless of where your accident occurred, if you were not to blame, then you should really think about calling Accident Advice Helpline and making a claim. Why should you be left out of pocket thanks to the carelessness and negligence of others? Besides, if your accident happened at work, you will want to make sure that no-one else suffers the same fate as you – so make a stand and make a claim for the accident that caused your injuries.
What you need to know about slips, trips and falls in Derby
If you had an accident that you would like to make a claim for there are a certain number of things for you to watch out for in advance. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we would want to make sure that your accident happened in the last three years. This is because there are lime limits on making a claim. If you were under 18 at the time of the accident then there are exceptions to this, so ask an adviser when you call us.
Secondly we would need to ensure that when the accident happened you sought medical attention for your injuries. We use medical evidence to help fight for your compensation.
Finally we would need to establish how, when and where the accident occurred and who was responsible. After all, we need to know who we are claiming against, don’t we?
Make your claim
Making your claim with Accident Advice Helpline could not be easier. You simply need to call us on 0800 689 0500 from your landline (calls are free) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile (costs vary). Our friendly and well trained advisers will be available to answer any questions and give you plenty of obligation free advice.
All calls are confidential, so call us today!
Date Published: 6th April 2015
Author: David Brown